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Bob Kingsley (born March 19, 1939) is an American country music radio personality and host of the nationally syndicated programs "Bob Kingsley's Country Top 40" and "Bob Kingsley with Today's Hit Makers. For 27 years, Kingsley was the voice behind the nationally syndicated countdown program, "American Country Countdown" and the two-minute daily "Bob Kingsley with America's MusicMakers.
American Country Countdown November 11, 1989 with Bob Kingsley. Kathy Mattea hits for the 4th and final time, with "Burnin Old Memories". American Country Countdown November 1 1986 Bob Kingsley. American Country Countdown November 1, 1986 with Bob Kingsley. American Country Countdown July 17, 1982 with Bob Kingsley. Show is posted for historical significance under "fair use".
Prior to the inception of Country Top 40 in 2005, Kingsley was the host of American Country Countdown, a Top 40 country music countdown show based on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts Country Top 40 first aired January 1, 2006 on 300 affiliates, three weeks before Kix Brooks of the country music duo Brooks & Dunn took over as host of American Country.
Country Top 40 is a four-hour show based on the country singles charts tabulated by Mediabase. At the beginning of each show from its inception in 2006 until 2017, Kingsley played back snippets of the previous week's top 5 hits, ending with the No. 1 song from the previous week. Beginning with the May 20-21, 2017 program, however, he's begun the show by playing the number one song from the previous week in full. Similar to the ACC Mailbag of Kingsley-era American Country Countdown shows (which, in turn, was based on the Long Distance Dedication of AT40), listeners are invited to send requests (by e-mail or letter) for songs and provide a story about the song's meaning to them. If a listener's request is played on the program, (s)he receives a gift package (generally, a T-shirt and a copy of that particular show).
Bob Kingsley has been one of the best known nationally syndicated Country radio personalities since the late seventies. While serving in the United States Air Force, he obtained an announcer spot on Armed Forces Radio Station TFK. Following his Air Force stint, Kingsley honed his skills at several radio stations. Kingsley worked his way up from overnight disc jockey to Program Director of KLAC, Los Angeles. He was named Producer of American Country Countdown, hosted by Don Bowman in 1974. In 1978, he replaced Bowman as host
Known as a consummate radio broadcaster, Bob Kingsley puts years of experience and immeasurable talent to work as the host of country radio's most successful program. Known as a consummate radio broadcaster, Bob Kingsley puts years of experience and immeasurable talent to work as the host of country radio's most successful program. Twitter: ingsleyct40.
|1A-1||–Osmond Bros.*||It's Like Falling In Love (Over And Over)|
|1A-2||–Bobby Bare||(I'm Not) A Candle In The Wind|
|1A-3||–Ronnie McDowell||Step Back|
|1A-4||–Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers||Sure Feels Like Love|
|1A-5||–Steve Wariner||Don't Break Your Heart|
|1A-6||–Moe Bandy||She's Not Really Cheatin'|
|1A-7||–Statler Brothers*||Statler Brothers|
|1B-1||–Conway Twitty||We Did It But Now You Don't|
|1B-2||–Barbara Mandrell||Operator, Long Distance Please|
|1B-3||–Bandana||The Killin' Kind|
|1B-4||–The Whites||You Put The Blues In Me|
|1B-6||–Emmylou Harris||Gold Watch And Chain|
|1B-7||–Loretta Lynn||Makin' Love From Memory|
|2A-1||–Ed Bruce||Ever, Never Lovin' You|
|2A-2||–Charly McClain||Dancing Your Memory Away|
|2A-3||–Karen Brooks||New Way Out|
|2A-4||–Gene Watson||This Dream's On Me|
|2A-5||–Tammy Wynette||You Still Get To Me In My Dreams|
|2A-6||–Razzy Bailey||Love's Gonna Fall Here Tonight|
|2A-7||–Kenny Rogers||Love Will Turn You Around|
|2B-1||–Louise Mandrell||Some Of My Best Friends Are Old Songs|
|2B-2||–T.G. Sheppard||War Is Hell (On The Homefront Too)|
|2B-3||–Leon Everette||Soul Searchin'|
|2B-4||–Charley Pride||You're So Good When You're Bad|
|2B-5||–Brenda Lee||Break It To Me Gently (Excerpt)|
|2B-6||–Juice Newton||Break It To Me Gently|
|2B-7||–Jerry Reed||She Got The Goldmine|
|3A-1||–Lee Greenwood||She's Lying|
|3A-3||–Alabama||Close Enough To Perfect|
|3A-4||–Mel McDaniel||Big Old Brew|
|3A-5||–Crystal Gayle||Livin' In These Troubled Times|
|3A-6||–Willie Nelson||Let It Be Me|
|3A-7||–Anne Murray||Hey Baby|
|3B-1||–Ronnie Milsap||He Got You|
|3B-2||–Michael Murphey*||What's Forever For|
|3B-3||–Dolly Parton||I Will Always Love You|
|3B-4||–David Frizzell & Shelly West||I Just Came Here To Dance|
|3B-5||–Merle Haggard & George Jones||Yesterday's Wine|
|3B-6||–Oak Ridge Boys*||I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head|
|3B-7||–Mickey Gilley||Put Your Dreams Away|
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NotesSee insert pictures for countdown numbers and theme and logo placement.
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- Matrix / Runout (Side 1A Runout): ACC-C-824-1-1A-©-℗-WATERMARK-INC-1982
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1B Runout): ACC-C-824-1-1B-©-℗-WATERMARK-INC-1982
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2A Runout): ACC-C-824-1-2A-©-℗-WATERMARK-INC-1982-RE-I
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2B Runout): ACC-C-824-1-2B-©-℗-WATERMARK-INC-1982
- Matrix / Runout (Side 3A Runout): ACC-C-824-1-3A-©-℗-WATERMARK-INC-1982
- Matrix / Runout (Side 3B Runout): ACC-C-824-1-3B-©-℗-WATERMARK-INC-1982